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On the change of kinetical parameters of the Earth
"... Summary. Using palaeorotation data, the values of important kinetical parameters of the Earth, such as the geometric and dynamic oblatenesses, the gravitational quadrupole moment, the polar moment of inertia, and so on, are computed for different geological epochs. The calculations are based on a f ..."
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Summary. Using palaeorotation data, the values of important kinetical parameters of the Earth, such as the geometric and dynamic oblatenesses, the gravitational quadrupole moment, the polar moment of inertia, and so on, are computed for different geological epochs. The calculations are based on a
on the reaction rate and on kinetic parameters �
, 1999
"... Inhibition and activation of enzymes. The effect of a modifier ..."
means of pyrolysis kinetic parameters
, 1990
"... Geochemical characterization of sedimentary organic matter by ..."
Evaluation of the Kinetic Parameters We
"... begin with the But lerVolmer equation to represent the ferr i ferrocyanide system 11 [A21 where io is the exchange current density, ~ is the transfer coe~cient, and il,a and il,e are the anodic and cathodic l imit ing current densities. By differentiating i w.r.t.~l and evaluating the result ..."
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begin with the But lerVolmer equation to represent the ferr i ferrocyanide system 11 [A21 where io is the exchange current density, ~ is the transfer coe~cient, and il,a and il,e are the anodic and cathodic l imit ing current densities. By differentiating i w.r.t.~l and evaluating the result at ~ : 0, we obtain io [A3] RTF il, ~ il,a,=o This equation allows one to evaluate ia from experimental data at each rotating speed. The average value of io over the six rotation speeds was found to be 5.73 mA/cm 2. The transfer coefficient a can then be evaluated by applying Eq. [Aml] to the exper imental data. The value of a was estimated to be 0.16. For a system with an excess supporting electrolyte, ~1 is the sum of ~c and 11a where ~a is the activation overpotential which can be determined by
Kinetic Parameters Estimation for Thermal Degradation of
"... ABSTRACT: In this work, thermogravimetric analysis is used to determine the kinetic parameters of thermal degradation of polyurethane (PU) elastomers, based on poly(ether polyol) soft segment and aromatictype diisocyanates. To determine the kinetic parameters of PU thermal decomposition, a nonlinea ..."
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ABSTRACT: In this work, thermogravimetric analysis is used to determine the kinetic parameters of thermal degradation of polyurethane (PU) elastomers, based on poly(ether polyol) soft segment and aromatictype diisocyanates. To determine the kinetic parameters of PU thermal decomposition, a
Apoptosis: a Basic Biological Phenomenon with Wideranging Implications in Tissue Kinetics
 Br. J. Cancer
, 1972
"... Summary.The term apoptosis is proposed for a hitherto little recognized mechanism of controlled cell deletion, which appears to play a complementary but opposite role to mitosis in the regulation of animal cell populations. Its morphological features suggest that it is an active, inherently program ..."
Kinetic parameters of continuous flow analysis
 Clin. Chem
, 1967
"... Unlike systems of batch analysis, continuous flow systems possesskinetic parameters. Associated with the steady state are such measurements as noise level and drift. This study reports on kinetic parameters associated with the transient state between the steady states including time required to cha ..."
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Unlike systems of batch analysis, continuous flow systems possesskinetic parameters. Associated with the steady state are such measurements as noise level and drift. This study reports on kinetic parameters associated with the transient state between the steady states including time required
Logarithmic Differential Evolution (LDE) for Optimization of Kinetic Parameters
 in Pyrolysis of Biomass”, Proceedings of Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO2008
, 2008
"... Pyrolysis is the thermal decomposition of organic matter under inert atmospheric conditions, leading to the release of volatiles and formation of char. It is also a first step in the biomass gasification. Understanding of kinetic parameters is essential for the design of a suitable pyrolysis reactor ..."
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Pyrolysis is the thermal decomposition of organic matter under inert atmospheric conditions, leading to the release of volatiles and formation of char. It is also a first step in the biomass gasification. Understanding of kinetic parameters is essential for the design of a suitable pyrolysis
Quantifying the kinetic parameters of prion replication
, 1999
"... The mechanism of proteinonly prion replication is controversial. A detailed mathematical model of prion replication by nucleated polymerisation is developed, and its parameters are estimated from published data. PrPres decay is around two orders of magnitude slower than PrPsen decay, a plausible ..."
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The mechanism of proteinonly prion replication is controversial. A detailed mathematical model of prion replication by nucleated polymerisation is developed, and its parameters are estimated from published data. PrPres decay is around two orders of magnitude slower than PrPsen decay, a plausible
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